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News, views and analysis from our team as we work to create solutions to conservation challenges facing our planet.

Featured image Canadians in electric cars getting silly
First Dates features WWF-Canada President and CEO, David Miller, exploring Toronto’s hidden green places as he cruises around in a state-of-the-art electric vehicle with cool Canadians. His dates? Executive Chef Susur Lee, comedian Mark McKinney, and TV personality Jessi Cruickshank.

Spotlight on the snow leopard: Biology and behaviour
Rinjan Shrestha, a conservation scientist with WWF, has been studying snow leopards for the past 10 years. Join him in a special six-part blog series on the snow leopard, the most mysterious member of the world’s big cats.

WWF holiday adoption gift guide: Introducing the polar researcher hero doll!
This holiday season, WWF is introducing frontline hero dolls for you to adopt and take home. Let’s meet the wildlife ranger!

A winning year for workplace giving and green office champions!
2014 was a big year for WWF’s Living Planet at Work (LP@W) program. We saw new green champions rise to the challenge to reduce footprint at work, engage more of their colleagues, and raise significant funds for WWF.

Sweet support: Lindt & Sprüngli (Canada), Inc., tops Living Planet @ Work’s Spring Things fundraising in 2014
Lindt & Sprüngli was the winner of Living Planet @ Work’s top Spring Things fundraiser award. Their employees helped to raise more than $26,000 for WWF’s conservation efforts in 2014. Learn more about how they did it.

Taking the plunge: Ontario Power Authority’s green champion goes all out for sustainability
Mike Robertson is co-chair of the Environment Committee at the Ontario Power Authority and one of the 2014 Living Planet @ Work Champions of the year. Learn more about his commitment to employee engagement and workplace sustainability.